DOCS 2022 Poster Session: 
Clinical Skills Curriculum Development & Innovations:  Communication Skills

Gangopadhyaya and Ortega - Longitudinal Medical Education Intervention to Teach Students t

Longitudinal Medical Education Intervention to Teach Medical Students to Provide Linguistically Equitable Care
Ananya Gangopadhyaya, MD, University of Illinois College of Medicine

Coronel-Couto - Assessing 21st Century Healthcare Delivery Skills- A Summative OSCE Statio

Assessing 21st Century Healthcare Delivery Skills:  A Summative OSCE Using Telemedicine and the Electronic Medical Record to Share Information During a Primary Care Follow-up Visit
Gloria Coronel-Couto MD, Florida International University Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine

Gilligan et al - Experiential Learning Improves Medical Students’ Confidence in Delivering

Experiential Learning Improves Medical Students’ Confidence in Delivering Difficult News

Mary Ann Gilligan, MD, MPH

Ahuja et al - Faculty Perceptions on Satisfaction and Attitude Towards Teaching Communicat

Faculty Perceptions on Satisfaction and Attitude Towards Teaching Communication Skills in the Virtual Learning Environment
Taranjeet Kalra Ahuja, Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell

Development of a Telemedicine Curriculum for Post-Clerkship Medical Students Requiring Minimal Resources
Zack Watson, MD, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine

Watson et al - Development of a Telemedicine Curriculum for Post-Clerkship Medical Student